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Kieran Preston £100 donated towards the fund of Kieran Preston who sadly passed away on March 17th 2017. This was the third child that this family lost to this terrible Mitochondrial Disease and Tcharmed are always honoured to support them.

Stacey Candle
Stacey Preston
Stacey Preston
Tcharmed is honoured to have donated £2,000 to Stacey Preston’s last wishes. Stacey had been fighting Mitochondrial Disease for many years with unbelievable courage and hope and Tcharmed is proud to have known her and to have been close to her amazing family. Stacey died from this evil disease on 31st July 2105.

Sam Sutton

£1000 donated

Tcharmed was delighted to donate £1,000 towards Samuel’s Wish fund.  Samuel Sutton is a gorgeous, brave young lad who has cerebral palsy.  He is unable to have any use in his left arm and an operation to fix this will cost £60,000.  The National Health is unable to fund this operation so we wish every success to the Sutton family in raising this money.


iPad Donated

Tcharmed are delighted to have been able to donate an ipad to this gorgeous and brave young man. Scott is five years old and has lived with Mitochondrial Disease since birth.

Scott with iPad

Maxwell Smith

£684 Donated

to the Smith Family.

Tcharmed was delighted to be able to
purchase a special P Pod chair for little
Maxwell Smith who has Mitochondrial Disease.  February 2014.

£1000 donated

£1,000 to help Lacey Leggett
with home medical equipment

Tcharmed was glad to help towards buying medical equipment to help little Lacey come out of hospital and be with her family. August 2013. Sadly she died on 15th February 2014.

Lacey
Lacey
Lacey

Preston Family
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Trip to Florida for
Stacey and Kieran Preston
and their parents

Tcharmed is privileged to be able to help the Preston family give Stacey and Kieran a family holiday. April 2012


Letter from Paul and Rachel Preston:
We as a family cannot thank the kindness, humanity and emotional support provided and given by Candice & Mel from Tcharmed "Tiana Honey Watson Fund". Special people, special family, in so many ways similar to our own, having already lost such a special daughter, Tiana to Mitochondrial Disease, Complex I of the Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain. As we have lost Kristen to Mitochondrial Disease in 1992 aged 3 months, Complex I & IV of the Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain. We know we will lose Stacey and Kieran at some point, but the support being offered, by Tcharmed, will enable a family trip we could only have dreamt about. Deams do come true, and we have Tcharmed to thank.


Donation from Tcharmed to
The Injured Jockeys Fund

Tcharmed is pleased to donate to this very worthy Charity from the proceeds raised by the jockeys who did the parachute jump for us in October 2011

£627 raised

iPad for Lucy
iPad for Lucy
Lucy is a beautiful, bright and lively 8 year old with Mitochondrial Disease whose activities are now severely curtailed by her disabilities. Tcharmed - through the generosity of our supporters - has been able to buy her an iPad, which will help her considerably to keep in touch with her friends and with her schoolwork. We are so pleased to have been able to help. Sept. 2011.



A Saturation Monitor for Demelza Hospice. March 2011.
Demelza Letter

Sats Monitor


Candice Watson (Right) Founder and Tiana's Mum,
Melanie Free Trustee and Tiana's Granny.
Pictured: Steve Jakes (Right) Trustee and Fundraiser
and Dr Mike Champion

A cheque for Research into Nuclear Gene Testing at Evalina Children's Hospital.

Tcharmed Trustees presented a cheque for £15,000 in June 2010 to Dr Mike Champion - Head of Service & Consultant in Paediatric Inherited Metabolic Disease.
The money raised will go towards the Nuclear Gene Testing for Mitochondrial Disorders at the Evalina Children's Hospital.


A dream trip to Disneyland for Jessica
May 2009: Tcharmed made a donation of £1,500 to the family of little Jessica Cannons who was suffering from cardiomyopathy which led to a severe chronic heart failure. Jesse also suffered a stroke and is confined to a wheelchair. The donation enabled Jesse and her family to visit Disneyland and have a wonderful break for a few days. Jesse is now on the list awaiting a heart transplant operation.

A cheque for the Evalina Children's Metabolic Fund
January 2008: Tcharmed presented a cheque to Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity for £12,000 to contribute towards the Evelina Children’s Metabolic Fund. The money has gone towards improving diagnostic testing for metabolic disorders and in particular the development of genetic testing for patients with Complex 1 deficiency in the mitochondria.

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